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  1. I was watching this video and my little sister (who’s obsessed with Decendants) came into the room and heard Dove say “Fuck” and she said: Why is Mal saying bad words? When I tell you I DIED 😂😂😂😂

  2. So many of Dove's fans think she is pregnant right now. I'm not sure what to think. There is so much evidence though. Reply if you think so.

  3. Planned Parenthood also claims that it prevents abortions through contraception. But according to the Allan Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood’s own research arm,
    • 54% of abortions are performed on women who used contraception that month
    • 8% of abortions are performed on women who have never used contraception
    Planned Parenthood’s educational services increase Planned Parenthood’s abortion business.
    From 2001 to 2006, Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa’s income from “Educational services” more than doubled. So with all that “prevention” info out there, Planned Parenthood’s abortions should have decreased in Iowa? Wrong. Planned Parenthood’s abortion business saw almost a 50 percent increase. According to its Annual Reports, Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa performed 2,898 abortions in its Fiscal Year 2001-2002 and 4,167 abortions in its Fiscal Year 2005-2006 report.
    (Source: PPGI’s Annual Reports, Fiscal Years July 1, 2001- June 30, 2002 through July 1, 2005- June 30, 2006.)
    Parents do not want Planned Parenthood’s condom-driven education. In a 2004 Zogby poll, 96 percent of parents said that sex-ed classes should teach that abstinence from sexual activity is best for teens. Only 7 percent of parents approved of teaching teens its okay to have sex, as long as they use condoms to protect against pregnancy and disease. (Source: Bridget Maher, Analyst for the Family Research Council, “Why Wait: The Benefits of Abstinence Until Marriage.”)
    😪😪😪😪😪😪

  4. Planned Parenthood also claims that it prevents abortions through contraception. But according to the Allan Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood’s own research arm,
    • 54% of abortions are performed on women who used contraception that month
    • 8% of abortions are performed on women who have never used contraception
    Planned Parenthood’s educational services increase Planned Parenthood’s abortion business.
    From 2001 to 2006, Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa’s income from “Educational services” more than doubled. So with all that “prevention” info out there, Planned Parenthood’s abortions should have decreased in Iowa? Wrong. Planned Parenthood’s abortion business saw almost a 50 percent increase. According to its Annual Reports, Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa performed 2,898 abortions in its Fiscal Year 2001-2002 and 4,167 abortions in its Fiscal Year 2005-2006 report.
    (Source: PPGI’s Annual Reports, Fiscal Years July 1, 2001- June 30, 2002 through July 1, 2005- June 30, 2006.)
    Parents do not want Planned Parenthood’s condom-driven education. In a 2004 Zogby poll, 96 percent of parents said that sex-ed classes should teach that abstinence from sexual activity is best for teens. Only 7 percent of parents approved of teaching teens its okay to have sex, as long as they use condoms to protect against pregnancy and disease. (Source: Bridget Maher, Analyst for the Family Research Council, “Why Wait: The Benefits of Abstinence Until Marriage.”)
    😰

  5. Planned Parenthood also claims that it prevents abortions through contraception. But according to the Allan Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood’s own research arm,
    • 54% of abortions are performed on women who used contraception that month
    • 8% of abortions are performed on women who have never used contraception
    Planned Parenthood’s educational services increase Planned Parenthood’s abortion business.
    From 2001 to 2006, Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa’s income from “Educational services” more than doubled. So with all that “prevention” info out there, Planned Parenthood’s abortions should have decreased in Iowa? Wrong. Planned Parenthood’s abortion business saw almost a 50 percent increase. According to its Annual Reports, Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa performed 2,898 abortions in its Fiscal Year 2001-2002 and 4,167 abortions in its Fiscal Year 2005-2006 report.
    (Source: PPGI’s Annual Reports, Fiscal Years July 1, 2001- June 30, 2002 through July 1, 2005- June 30, 2006.)
    Parents do not want Planned Parenthood’s condom-driven education. In a 2004 Zogby poll, 96 percent of parents said that sex-ed classes should teach that abstinence from sexual activity is best for teens. Only 7 percent of parents approved of teaching teens its okay to have sex, as long as they use condoms to protect against pregnancy and disease. (Source: Bridget Maher, Analyst for the Family Research Council, “Why Wait: The Benefits of Abstinence Until Marriage.”)

  6. Planned Parenthood was even caught distributing faulty condoms. In February of 2005, Consumer Reports published a study on 23 different varieties of condoms and found that two of Planned Parenthood’s own brand were the least reliable – they would leak, they would break more than any others in the study.

  7. In the Educational Resources section on PlannedParenthood.com, under the heading, “How to Talk with Your Child About Sex,” Planned Parenthood reveals its twisted thinking on what is “age appropriate:”
    Birth to Two:
    “All babies explore their bodies. They learn quickly that touching their sex organs feels good. This is a natural and normal part of their development. They should be allowed to enjoy this.”
    Three to Five
    “Toddlers are often curious about the bodies of their parents and other children. They may play “doctor” to look at each other’s sex organs. This is a normal way for kids to find out differences and learn about their sexuality. We can choose to allow it or not. But it won’t help to punish children for being normal.”
    “Most kids touch their sex organs for pleasure. Masturbation is very common during this time. We must reassure kids that it is normal to masturbate — but only in private.”
    Five to Seven
    Sexual fantasies about family members of both genders are common, too. Kids may find these thoughts upsetting. We must reassure them that just dreaming or thinking about things doesn’t make them happen.
    Eight to 12:
    “Kids are fascinated with the way their bodies change. It’s common for them to look at and less common for them to touch each other’s sex organs. When normal touching occurs it is infrequent. This exploration is one of the ways they may learn that their bodies are normal. They may do this with friends of both genders.”
    From age 13-18
    “Teens must learn how to say “no” and understand what “safer sex” is. “Safer-sex” activities lower the risk of spreading sexually transmitted infections. They should also know about birth control methods.”

  8. In the Educational Resources section on PlannedParenthood.com, under the heading, “How to Talk with Your Child About Sex,” Planned Parenthood reveals its twisted thinking on what is “age appropriate:”
    Birth to Two:
    “All babies explore their bodies. They learn quickly that touching their sex organs feels good. This is a natural and normal part of their development. They should be allowed to enjoy this.”
    Three to Five
    “Toddlers are often curious about the bodies of their parents and other children. They may play “doctor” to look at each other’s sex organs. This is a normal way for kids to find out differences and learn about their sexuality. We can choose to allow it or not. But it won’t help to punish children for being normal.”
    “Most kids touch their sex organs for pleasure. Masturbation is very common during this time. We must reassure kids that it is normal to masturbate — but only in private.”
    Five to Seven
    Sexual fantasies about family members of both genders are common, too. Kids may find these thoughts upsetting. We must reassure them that just dreaming or thinking about things doesn’t make them happen.
    Eight to 12:
    “Kids are fascinated with the way their bodies change. It’s common for them to look at and less common for them to touch each other’s sex organs. When normal touching occurs it is infrequent. This exploration is one of the ways they may learn that their bodies are normal. They may do this with friends of both genders.”
    From age 13-18
    “Teens must learn how to say “no” and understand what “safer sex” is. “Safer-sex” activities lower the risk of spreading sexually transmitted infections. They should also know about birth control methods.”

  9. In the Educational Resources section on PlannedParenthood.com, under the heading, “How to Talk with Your Child About Sex,” Planned Parenthood reveals its twisted thinking on what is “age appropriate:”
    Birth to Two:
    “All babies explore their bodies. They learn quickly that touching their sex organs feels good. This is a natural and normal part of their development. They should be allowed to enjoy this.”
    Three to Five
    “Toddlers are often curious about the bodies of their parents and other children. They may play “doctor” to look at each other’s sex organs. This is a normal way for kids to find out differences and learn about their sexuality. We can choose to allow it or not. But it won’t help to punish children for being normal.”
    “Most kids touch their sex organs for pleasure. Masturbation is very common during this time. We must reassure kids that it is normal to masturbate — but only in private.”
    Five to Seven
    Sexual fantasies about family members of both genders are common, too. Kids may find these thoughts upsetting. We must reassure them that just dreaming or thinking about things doesn’t make them happen.
    Eight to 12:
    “Kids are fascinated with the way their bodies change. It’s common for them to look at and less common for them to touch each other’s sex organs. When normal touching occurs it is infrequent. This exploration is one of the ways they may learn that their bodies are normal. They may do this with friends of both genders.”
    From age 13-18
    “Teens must learn how to say “no” and understand what “safer sex” is. “Safer-sex” activities lower the risk of spreading sexually transmitted infections. They should also know about birth control methods.”

  10. In the Educational Resources section on PlannedParenthood.com, under the heading, “How to Talk with Your Child About Sex,” Planned Parenthood reveals its twisted thinking on what is “age appropriate:”
    Birth to Two:
    “All babies explore their bodies. They learn quickly that touching their sex organs feels good. This is a natural and normal part of their development. They should be allowed to enjoy this.”
    Three to Five
    “Toddlers are often curious about the bodies of their parents and other children. They may play “doctor” to look at each other’s sex organs. This is a normal way for kids to find out differences and learn about their sexuality. We can choose to allow it or not. But it won’t help to punish children for being normal.”
    “Most kids touch their sex organs for pleasure. Masturbation is very common during this time. We must reassure kids that it is normal to masturbate — but only in private.”
    Five to Seven
    Sexual fantasies about family members of both genders are common, too. Kids may find these thoughts upsetting. We must reassure them that just dreaming or thinking about things doesn’t make them happen.
    Eight to 12:
    “Kids are fascinated with the way their bodies change. It’s common for them to look at and less common for them to touch each other’s sex organs. When normal touching occurs it is infrequent. This exploration is one of the ways they may learn that their bodies are normal. They may do this with friends of both genders.”
    From age 13-18
    “Teens must learn how to say “no” and understand what “safer sex” is. “Safer-sex” activities lower the risk of spreading sexually transmitted infections. They should also know about birth control methods.”

  11. In the Educational Resources section on PlannedParenthood.com, under the heading, “How to Talk with Your Child About Sex,” Planned Parenthood reveals its twisted thinking on what is “age appropriate:”
    Birth to Two:
    “All babies explore their bodies. They learn quickly that touching their sex organs feels good. This is a natural and normal part of their development. They should be allowed to enjoy this.”
    Three to Five
    “Toddlers are often curious about the bodies of their parents and other children. They may play “doctor” to look at each other’s sex organs. This is a normal way for kids to find out differences and learn about their sexuality. We can choose to allow it or not. But it won’t help to punish children for being normal.”
    “Most kids touch their sex organs for pleasure. Masturbation is very common during this time. We must reassure kids that it is normal to masturbate — but only in private.”
    Five to Seven
    Sexual fantasies about family members of both genders are common, too. Kids may find these thoughts upsetting. We must reassure them that just dreaming or thinking about things doesn’t make them happen.
    Eight to 12:
    “Kids are fascinated with the way their bodies change. It’s common for them to look at and less common for them to touch each other’s sex organs. When normal touching occurs it is infrequent. This exploration is one of the ways they may learn that their bodies are normal. They may do this with friends of both genders.”
    From age 13-18
    “Teens must learn how to say “no” and understand what “safer sex” is. “Safer-sex” activities lower the risk of spreading sexually transmitted infections. They should also know about birth control methods.”

  12. In addition, Planned Parenthood’s former website Teenwire pushes teenagers to pursue anal sex, “fingering,” multiple partners, and the use of sex toys and pornography. The website is full of cartoon graphics to appeal to children (think “Joe Camel”).
    Here are more quotes for teens on Planned Parenthood’s former website Teenwire:
    “It is important to keep any sex toy clean. Condoms can be used on toys that go into the vagina or anus. Condoms need to be used if partners want to share the same toy, especially if a woman is menstruating. Use a new condom for each partner — and for each part of the body.”
    “In any case, many people enjoy using pornography or erotica as a part of their sex play — alone or with a partner.”

  13. Planned Parenthood’s Definition of “Safer Sex”
    Here is an example of Planned Parenthood including an abstinence message for teens in an article titled, “Safe Sex 101” on Planned Parenthood’s former website Teenwire:
    Abstinence — not having any sex play — is the only thing that is 100 percent effective against infection, but there are many types of sex play that are considered lower-risk activities. These include:
    mutual masturbation
    erotic massage
    body rubbing
    kissing
    oral sex
    vaginal intercourse with a latex or female condom
    anal intercourse with a latex or female condom
    While some infections can only be transmitted by exchanging body fluids, others can also be transmitted through sex play that involves skin-to-skin contact, such as body rubbing without clothes. Don’t have contact with a partner who has visible sores, lesions, or growths that could be the sign of an infection, and don’t have sexual contact with anyone during an outbreak of herpes.
    (Source: Planned Parenthood’s former website Teenwire)

  14. Planned Parenthood’s version:

    “Latex condoms and female condoms offer protection against most serious sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.”(From www.PlannedParenthood.org)

    Medically Accurate:

    Condoms provide no risk reduction at all for some dangerous infections, such as HPV and herpes. Condoms have a built-in failure rate (“method-failure”). It is also unrealistic, statistically speaking, to assume condoms will be used consistently and correctly by adolescents (“user-failure”). 11 percent of women using condoms get pregnant every year. For HIV, risk reduction is only 80 percent, even if condoms are used 100 percent of the time. (Source: PPHurtsGirls.org) In addition, a National Institutes of Health study found no evidence that condoms help prevent chlamydia and syphilis.

  15. Planned Parenthood’s version:

    “Some people who oppose a woman’s right to make her own reproductive decisions claim that abortion often causes long-lasting emotional problems, or “post-abortion syndrome.” There is no scientific proof for these claims.”

    Medically Accurate:

    For Planned Parenthood to ignore post-abortion syndrome shows they have an agenda – not concern for women’s health. There are enough studies, polls and health professionals to verify that post-abortion syndrome does exist and sometimes leads women to self-destructive behavior, such as eating disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, even suicide. It is impossible to ignore all of the women speaking out on post-abortion syndrome from groups like Silent No More, Project Rachel, Rachel’s Vineyard and American Victims of Abortion. More on Post Abortion Syndrome.

    #PatriciaSandoval

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